Ex-Newcastle United midfielder Jamie McClen is the latest to join Mark Yates' Aggborough revolution.
Former MK Dons goalkeeper Scott Bevan has become Mark Yates' sixth new signing of the summer and the second of the day.
Mark Yates has added experience striker Dean Sturridge to the squad today, bringing him to Aggborough on a one-year contract.
Harriers have made another raid on Conference North side Redditch United to add highly-rated defender Mark Creighton to the squad.
Stuart Whitehead, formerly with Shrewsbury Town, has become the second player to move to Aggborough today.
Andy White has joined Mark Yates' Aggborough revolution, returning to the club for a third spell - this time permanently.
Ian Foster has returned to the club for yet another spell, but this time as physio.
Harriers have today announced their programme of pre-season friendlies for the coming campaign.
Former AFC Telford United goalkeeper Steve Taylor has today joined the Harriers as the first of Mark Yates' new signings.
Three players offered contracts have this week signed them while one of those released has fixed himself up with a new club.
Harriers' youth team completed their Midland Floodlit Youth League campaign with a hard-fought victory in terrible conditions at Coleshill.
Three goals in eight second half minutes turned the game on its head and allowed Harriers to take their first Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup since 1989.
A convincing win over relegated Leamington kept Harriers chances of winning the league alive for a few days more.
Harriers suffered a setback in their quest to catch Sutton at the top of the league, beaten at home by Hednesford.
Mark Yates has begun to reshape the squad for next season's Conference challenge by releasing seven players and offering contracts to five.
The traditional end-of-season award ceremony took place before the final game of the season with five prizes being handed out.
Lee Thompson's first Conference goal of the season and Luke Reynolds' fourth helped Harriers end the season on a high by beating newly crowned champions Accrington.
The curtain comes down on another disappointing season tomorrow with the visit of Champions Accrington Stanley to Aggborough.
Second half goals from Mitch Butler and Shawn Salmon gave Harriers a hard earned victory that keeps them in touch with league leaders Sutton Coldfield.
Two goals in a minute from Craig Mackail-Smith just before half time sank Harriers who gave yet another disappointing performance.
Mark Yates has an almost complete squad to choose from for the final away trip of the season tomorrow when Harriers visit Dagenham.
An own goal from Mark Peters was enough for Harriers to win a scrappy game and guarantee Conference football at Aggborough for another season.
Daryl Burgess returns to the squad this afternoon and will hopefully strengthen the team that threw away the game at Canvey on Friday.
Sloppy defending was in evidence again as Harriers gifted the game to Canvey before leaving it too late to attempt a comeback.
The Harriers squad will be stretched to the limit tomorrow with three players suspended for the trip to Essex.
Mark Yates has promoted two of Harriers' cup-winning youth team to the senior squad ahead of tomorrow's trip to Canvey Island.
Harriers cruised to their first cup win of the season with a three-goal first half sealing the victory.
A last minute equaliser denied Harriers all three points after they had come from behind with ten men at Bootham Crescent.
Skipper Daryl Burgess will be missing through suspension as Harriers face a tough trip to promotion-chasing York City.
Four second-half goals took Harriers cruising past Leamington for their first league win in four games.
Ten-man Harriers held firm to end their run of home defeats with a goalless draw against high-flying Stevenage.
Having suffered humiliating defeats in their last two home games the last thing Harriers need is another home game against high-flying opposition in the shape of Stevenage Borough.
After the humiliation at the hands of Aldershot in the last home game Harries sank to a new low with another heavy defeat on their own ground.
Harriers will be looking to build upon Saturday's morale boosting win at Hereford by following it up with another against FA Trophy finalists Grays at Aggborough this evening.
A late strike from Michael Blackwood was enough to see Harriers past Hereford who played over half of the game with ten men.
After last weekend's humiliating defeat at the hands of Aldershot Harriers would have hoped for something a little easier to follow-up with than a local derby at high-flying Hereford United.
See the results from all post-war meetings between Harriers and The Bulls.
Mark Yates has moved to strengthen the squad with two loan signings ahead of this afternoon's transfer deadline.
A weakened Harriers side, with one eye on Wednesday's League Cup semi-final, were beaten by Leicestershire side Quorn leaving them 12 points of leaders Sutton Coldfield.
The worst performance of the season from Harriers saw them crash to a humiliating 4-1 defeat.
Aldershot make their first visit to Aggborough this afternoon but all eyes will be on Harriers' new striker Luke Reynolds who will be hoping to lift their fortunes in front of goal.
Mark Yates continues to shape the squad with two players coming into the club and one leaving.
Harriers suffered their first defeat since December ending a run of six consecutive wins.
Harriers boss Mark Yates was not pleased with the performance of his players in Saturday's loss at Morecambe.
The West Bromwich Albion reserve side is in action at Aggborough again tonight when they entertain Newcastle United, kick-off 7pm.
A goal in each half was enough to sink Harriers at play-off chasing Morecambe.
Young Burnley striker Cayne Hanley has joined Harriers on Work Experience in a bid to bolster the attack.
Goal-shy Harriers face a tough test tomorrow with a trip to Christie Park to face play-off chasing Morecambe.
Harriers came from behind to crush aside the challenge of Evesham United to reach their first Cup Final of the season.
A missed penalty by Lee Thompson was costly for Harriers as they were held to a goalless draw at Forest Green.
After a ten-day lay-off Harriers are back in action tomorrow with a trip to Forest Green and a chance to meet up with some old friends.
The draw for the Semi-Final of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup has handed Harriers an away tie at Coleshill Town.
A stunning first-half strike from Simon Russell was enough to give Harriers victory over lowly Crawley Town and lift them up to 13th in the Conference.
Harriers advanced to the last four of the League Cup after coming from behind to beat ten-man Lye.
Harriers face another of the bottom three tomorrow when Crawley Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Despite only coming away from Tamworth with a draw on Saturday, Mark Yates was happy with the result and performance.
Harriers came from behind to grab a draw and share the points at struggling Tamworth in a game they should really have won.
After the disappointment of last weekend's defeat to Gravesend Harriers will be looking to bounce back when they make the short trip to Tamworth tomorrow.
See the results from past encounters between Harriers and Tamworth.
A terrible performance form Harriers allowed Gravesend to record their first win at Aggborough for 53 years and end Harriers' four-game unbeaten run.
Harriers will be looking to build upon their four-game Conference unbeaten run and record their second double of the season tomorrow when Gravesend are the visitors to Aggborough.
Here are the results from all of the past games played between Harriers and Gravesend.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten Conference run to four games with a dull goalless draw at high-flying Halifax.
Mark Yates faces his toughest test yet, taking his new-look side to high-flying Halifax Town tomorrow.
See the results from all of the previous games played between Harriers and The Shaymen.
Still the comings and goings continue but now it's the two best players – Mark Jackson and Iyseden Christie who have left.
The Aggborough revolving door is turning again with players moving in both directions, into and out of the club.
Jake Sedgemore today became the first player contracted to Harriers for next season joining the club following his release by Bury.
Harriers clocked up their best win of the season, and third in a row in the Conference, as they came from behind to win comfortably at Southport.
Following Harriers' exit from the LDV Vans Trophy in midweek they can now concentrate on the league, starting tomorrow at bottom club Southport.
Mark Yates has continued to reshape the Harriers squad today with two more players, Patrick Flynn and Martin O'Connor, leaving the club.
A goal three minutes from time was enough to send Harriers out of the LDV Vans Trophy at Carlisle after a solid defensive performance looked to have earned them extra time.
See the results from all of the previous meetings between Harriers and The Cumbrians.
Harriers go in search of silverware tomorrow with a tough trip to high-flying League Two side Carlisle United in the Northern Area Semi-Final of the LDV Vans Trophy.
Mark Yates was a happy man when he faced the press after Saturday's 2-1 win over Scarborough, his first home win since taking over the hot seat.
Another “game-of-two-halves” saw Harriers snatch cruise take a comfortable lead before being made to hang on by spirited visitors Scarborough.
Scarborough are the visitors to Aggborough tomorrow and Harriers will be looking for a repeat of the result from the last meeting between the teams.
The Aggborough revolving door continues to turn with Watford starlet Francino Francis has become the second new signing of the week arriving on a work experience deal.
Here are the results from the previous games played between Harriers and Scarborough.
Mark Yates continues his tinkering with the squad by allowing Wayne Hatswell to move to League Two side Rushden & Diamonds for an undisclosed fee.
Mark Yates has made his first signing as Harriers manager, bringing in former Walsall defender Jonny Harkness on a short-term contract.
For the second time this season Grays broke Harriers hearts with an injury time goal, Aaron McLean winning the game three minutes into stoppage time.
Harriers look to make further cup progress tomorrow when Grays Athletic make their first ever visit to Aggborough for the second round of the FA Trophy.
Mark Yates declared himself pleased after Saturday's victory at Woking gave him a winning start to his managerial career.
Mark Yates got his managerial career off to a winning start thanks to Johnny Mullins' second half strike.
Mark Yates begins his managerial career at Kingfield tomorrow and his first task will be to halt Harriers' alarming slide down the table.
Former Harriers midfielder Mark Yates has been announced as the club's new manager this morning.
See the results from all of the previous meetings between Harriers and the Cards.
Harriers cruised into the quarter final of the League Cup with three second half goals overturning a half-time deficit against Quorn at Aggborough.
Poor defending and goalkeeping errors gifted three goals, and points, to Altrincham as Harriers started the New Year in the same shambolic way they ended the last.
After Friday evening's debacle against Burton Albion Harriers fans will be hoping for something much better when they travel to fellow strugglers Altrincham tomorrow.
Harriers turned in another disappointing performance to slump to their first home defeat since early November.
The Aggborough pitch passed a lunchtime inspection after a group of volunteers shifted the water that covered the playing surface and the game will go ahead as planned.
Harriers' inability to finish off their opponents saw them throw away two points after a dour draw against Altrincham.
Back to the league and the important business of picking up points today when old friends Altrincham return to Aggborough.
Here are the results from the previous meetings between Harriers and Altrincham.
Harriers have been handed the draw that nobody wanted in the Area Semi-Final of the LDV Vans Trophy: away to Carlisle United.
An excellent all round performance from Harriers saw them move into the uncharted territory of the LDV Vans Trophy Area Semi-Final after seeing off ten-man Bradford at Aggborough.
Harriers face more cup action this evening when Bradford City make their first ever visit to Aggborough for the LDV Vans Trophy Northern Area Quarter Final.
This morning's draw for the second round of the FA Trophy has handed Harriers another home tie but they will have to wait a little longer to see who they face.
Harriers' best win of the season saw them cruise into the second round of the FA Trophy at the expense of a very poor Scarborough side.
The Supareds messageboard is back in action after a move to a new server.
A very young Harriers side put up a brave fight before being knocked out of the Worcestershire Senior Cup by Halesowen Town in extra time.
Caretaker-manager Martin O'Connor began his reign in charge of Harriers with defeat at league leaders Accrington who won with a goal in each half.
After the surprise dismissal of Stuart Watkiss on Wednesday tomorrow's game takes on even more significance and couldn't be much more difficult for caretaker-manager Martin O'Connor to start with.
Stuart Watkiss was this morning relieved of his duties as manager according to a statement released on the Official Website.
Two goals from Iyseden Christie, taking his total for the season to ten, and a first senior goal from Marc Pugh helped a weakened Harriers side to their first win in six conference games.
Stuttering Harriers face a must-win game tomorrow when equally out-of-form Dagenham & Redbridge visit Aggborough.
These are the results from the previous encounters played between Harriers and The Daggers.
Yesterday's draw for the First Round of the FA Trophy gave Harriers home advantage but against tricky Conference opposition in Scarborough.
Harriers failed to live up to their midweek LDV heroics and were beaten by a solitary goal on their first visit to Burton's new Pirelli Stadium.
The draw for the Area Quarter Finals of the LDV Vans Trophy, made this morning, has handed Harriers a home tie with Bradford City.
Harriers return to league action at Burton tomorrow hoping to continue where they left off at Boston in midweek.
Harriers boss Stuart Watkiss was delighted with Wednesday's win at Boston In the LDV Vans Trophy, but wants to carry it on into league games.
These are the results from previous meetings between Harriers and The Brewers.
An excellent all-round performance from Harriers saw them cruise through to the 3rd Round of the LDV Vans Trophy after dumping League Two Boston out of the competition at York Street.
It's a break from League action for Harriers tonight as they travel to League Two side Boston United in the LDV Vans Trophy.
Catch up on all of the results from the previous games played between Harriers and The Pilgrims.
Having saved his criticism for the referee after last week’s game at Stevenage, Stuart Watkiss did the same again after the goalless draw with York on Saturday.
Harriers managed just their third clean sheet of the season but were unable to find their way past Chris Porter in the City goal.
Again Harriers will be down to the bare bones for the visit of York City to Aggborough tomorrow.
Harriers have added former Wolves reserve defender Patrick Flynn to the squad to provide some short-term cover.
Here are the results from all of the past encounters between Harriers and The Minstermen.
Harriers moved forward into the quarter-final of the Worcestershire Youth Cup following a narrow win at an icy Cradley.
Stuart Watkiss had Saturday's match referee Gavin Ward firmly in his sights after the defeat at Stevenage
A hat-trick from David Davis helped Harriers cruise to a comfortable victory in the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup.
Some dubious refereeing and two penalties from former Harrier Darryn Stamp sent Harriers tumbling to their third defeat in four games.
See the results from all of the previous games between Harriers and Stevenage.
Now back to fitness, defender Chris McHale has left Aggborough for a month, joining neighbours Stourport Swifts for a month.
Harriers will be down to the bare bones when they face possibly their sternest test of the season so far with a trip to Stevenage tomorrow.
Stuart Watkiss has moved to bolster his squad by bringing in Burnley youngster Marc Pugh on work experience and promoted youth team striker Mitch Butler to the first team.
After having fought their way into the lead against high-flying Exeter, two defensive errors cost Harriers the points as the visitors struck back to win.
Hopefully there will be continuation of the improvement in home form shown in the last two games when Harriers face another tough test tomorrow with the visit of Exeter City to Aggborough.
Harriers cruised to a comfortable win over Castle Vale to move to the top of the league for the first time this season.
Harriers were brought crashing down by a three-goal blast in eight first half minutes of a fiercely contested friendly at Willenhall.
The first local derby between the two sides in six seasons ended all square as Harriers put on a good show to come from behind to share the points with Hereford.
See all of the results from previous matches between Harriers and local rivals Hereford.
It's a return to league action for Harriers tomorrow with the visit of Hereford to Aggborough for what will be a tough local derby.
After being told he was surplus to requirements and that he could go almost a year ago, Steve Burton will leave the club at the weekend.
Harriers have announced the addition to the squad, again, of Reading defender Johnny Mullins who arrives tomorrow on loan for a month.
Harriers' reward for their victory over Darlington in the LDV Vans Trophy is a tricky trip to League Two side Boston United.
After Saturday's FA Cup exit at Southport Stuart Watkiss was at a loss to explain his team's lacklustre performance.
Harriers missed out on a much-needed injection of cash after falling at the first hurdle of the FA Cup at Southport.
Having successfully negotiated one cup tie this week Harriers face a second, potentially more lucrative, one when they travel to face Southport in the FA Cup tomorrow.
Relive past encounters with a rundown of all of the previous meetings between Harriers and The Sandgrounders.
An excellent all-round performance saw Harriers come from behind to beat League Two side Darlington and progress in the LDV Vans Trophy.
Harriers take a welcome break from league action tomorrow evening with the visit of Darlington in the LDV Vans Trophy.
After Saturday's defeat at the hands of Aldershot, the third in four games against the team at the bottom of the league, Stuart Watkiss was left disappointed at the wasted chances.
The Harriers youth team has been drawn at home in the second round of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup, having had a bye in the first round.
These are all of the results from the previous meetings between Harriers and The Quakers.
Harriers' indifferent start to the season has probably contributed to there being none of them in the England semi-professional squad announced yesterday for the forthcoming international in Belgium.
Harriers' bottom-club hoodoo struck again as they were beaten by the league's worst side for the third time in four games, this time against ten-man Aldershot Town.
Don't be fooled by the league table Harriers face yet another tough test tomorrow when they visit Aldershot Town.
Harriers' interest in the FA Youth Cup ended for another season after two goals in each half sent them tumbling out after a disappointing game at Arnold.
After Saturday's win over Morecambe Stuart Watkiss, although pleased, was refusing to get carried away.
Harriers youngsters Jermaine Hollis and Russell Penn have both been sent out on loan to get some games under their belts joining Midland Alliance side Alvechurch.
Harriers have been drawn away from home in the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup and will face Conference rivals Southport.
A goal on the stroke of half time from Gareth Sheldon was enough to win the game for Harriers and end a three-game losing streak at Aggborough.
Despite it only being mid-October Harriers face a must-win game tomorrow when Morecambe are the visitors.
See all of the results from previous meetings between Harriers and The Shrimps
After Saturday's defeat by Tamworth, Harriers' third in a row at home, Stuart Watkiss was not a happy man.
More dross served up by Harriers as they lose to the team at the bottom of the league for the second time in succession.
Once again Harriers have a quick opportunity to put right the problems of a disappointing defeat as Tamworth visit Aggborough tomorrow.
Here are all of the results from the previous games between Harriers and Tamworth.
Harriers got their FA Youth Cup campaign off to a good start with a 3-0 win at Gresley Rovers.
After the brief glimmer of improvement at Gravesend Harriers slipped back to the form of the previous games and lost to bottom club Crawley.
Harriers will hope to follow up Saturday's excellent win at Gravesend with another on their first ever visit to Crawley.
Goals from Iyseden Christie and Wayne Hatswell set Harriers on their way to their second away win of the season and ended a dreadful week on a high.
Already Harriers find themselves in a must-win situation when they travel to Gravesend tomorrow for the first time since they were last in the Southern League.
See the results from all of the previous meetings between Harriers and Gravesend.
Harriers gave their worst display of the season to crash to their second successive home defeat, losing by a single goal to Halifax Town.
Harriers have a quick chance to put Saturday's defeat out of their system when Halifax Town visit Aggborough this evening.
Stuart Watkiss was not a happy man after Saturday's defeat by Forest Green that ended Harriers' unbeaten home record.
Harriers will entertain Football League opposition in the first round of the LDV Vans Trophy with Darlington heading to Aggborough in October.
Here are all of the results from the previous games that have taken place between Harriers and The Shaymen.
Harriers lost their unbeaten home record after a very disappointing performance allowed Forest Green to win for the first time since the opening day of the season.
Harriers will welcome a number of old faces back to Aggborough when Forest Green visit for the first time since Harriers' promotion party.
See all of the results from the previous meetings between Harriers and Forest Green Rovers.
Harriers' youngsters struck three second half goals to recover from a half-time deficit and record their first win of the season.
An own goal by John Danby five minutes into stoppage time cost Harriers a third consecutive victory after an Iyseden Christie double strike looked to have wrapped up the game.
Stuart Watkiss will be looking for a massive improvement in performance from his team when they make their first ever visit to Grays tomorrow.
Harriers suffered their heaviest league defeat for several years in humiliating fashion as six second half goals help Worcester to a 7-2 win.
Harriers' fringe players ran out winners in a friendly at Tamworth with Gareth Sheldon scoring four times in a 5-3 win.
Even though Harriers picked up all three points from the game against Canvey Island, Stuart Watkiss was not happy with his team's performance.
Two goals in stoppage time gave Harriers another come-from-behind victory as they beat Canvey Island 3-2 on their first visit to Aggborough.
Harriers will be looking to build upon Monday's excellent win at Cambridge with a further three points against Canvey Island who will be making their first visit to Aggborough.
Goals in the second half from Taiwo Atieno and Gareth Sheldon carried Harriers to victory at Cambridge, their third victory at Abbey Stadium in five visits.
Stuart Watkiss wanted four points from the weekend's games so will need his attackers to take their chances tomorrow to ensure the victory that brings that points return.
Harriers boss Stuart Watkiss was not happy with the dropped points in yesterday's draw with Southport, calling for more ruthlessness from the strikers.
Here are all of the results from the previous games between Harriers and Cambridge.
Harriers staged another late comeback to salvage a point and maintain their unbeaten home record.
Harriers have moved to bolster the squad ahead of a busy Bank Holiday weekend by signing Barnsley midfielder Simon Heslop on loan.
Harriers go into a busy Bank Holiday weekend with manager Stuart Watkiss hoping for a four point haul from the two games starting with the visit of Southport to Aggborough tomorrow.
See all of the results from previous meetings between Harriers and the Sandgounders.
Harriers' youth team began their Midland Floodlit Youth League season with a draw against reigning champions Sutton Coldfield Town at Aggborough.
The Harriers youth team begin their season tomorrow night with a game against reigning champions Sutton Coldfield Town at Aggborough.
Stuart Watkiss was not happy that Harriers threw away victory at Scarborough on Saturday, conceding a stoppage time goal to substitute Paul Foot.
For the second Saturday in a row Harriers' game was decided by a last minute goal; this time, however, it cost Harriers two points rather than gained them.
It's another tough away trip for Harriers tomorrow as they face the long haul north to take on Scarborough at the "Theatre of Chips".
Here are all off the results from the previous games between Harriers and Scarborough.
Harriers were unlucky to suffer their first defeat of the season after enjoying the best of the game at St James' Park against Exeter who maintained their 100% start to the campaign.
On-loan striker Taiwo Atieno was the centre of attention after his match-winning debut in Saturday's game against Woking.
Harriers have an immediate chance to win back-to-back games and build up a little momentum at the start of their Conference campaign with this evening's trip to Exeter City.
See all of the results from previous encounters as Harriers renew acquaintances with The Grecians after a break of two years.
Two goals from super-sub Taiwo Atieno in the last eight minutes gave Harriers a great start to their Conference campaign as they came from behind to beat Woking.
The pretend games are over and the season can start in earnest now as Aggborough hosts its first Conference game in five years when Woking visit.
Harriers will renew old acquaintances with The Cards with a first Conference encounter since Harriers clinched promotion at Kingfield five years ago.
Walsall youngster Taiwo Atieno has finally completed his transfer to Aggborough, joining Harriers on loan until the end of the year.
Harriers completed their pre-season programme with a win, a goal in each half enough to see off the challenge of Conference North side Hinckley United at their new Marston's StadiumÃ‚Â home.
Harriers recorded their fifth win of the summer with a comfortable victory over Evesham with a team made up mostly of fringe players and youngsters.
Stuart Watkiss today completed the signing of former Scunthorpe United midfielder Wayne Graves.
Harriers completed the home part of their pre-season programme with a lacklusttre goalless draw against League Two side Bristol Rovers.
Stuart Watkiss took a team back to one of his former clubs and his new young charges returned triumphant.
Stuart Watkiss has announced the squad numbers his players will be using this season.
Harriers slumped to their second consecutive pre-season defeat after disappointing loss at local rivals Conference North side Worcester City.
Kidderminster Harriers and a newly-formed fans group, known as The 250 Club, are joining forces to raise funds to enable manager Stuart Watkiss to set up a full-time youth team of apprentice professionals.
Trialists Gavin Hurren and Lee Thompson are the third and fourth players to sign new contracts at the club today.
Young players Russell Penn and Jermaine Hollis have both been added to the Harriers squad after agreeing to new contracts today.
Now that they have got their feet under the boardroom table at Aggborough the new board of directors have begun to speak to the outside world.
In an attempt to reduce costs at Aggborough, the new board made the decision earlier this week to get rid of Gary Barnett and Darren Rogers.
An era ended at Aggborough yesterday with the announcement of Colin Youngjohns' resignation as chairman and director after 32 years on the Aggborough board.
Harriers' pre-season unbeaten run was brought to an end by Walsall after The Saddlers came from behind to win 2-1 at Aggborough.
Two first half goals from Simon Russell and Iyseden Christie helped Harriers to their third pre-season win in a row.
The fixtures for the coming season in the Premier Reserve League have been published and show West Brom's reserves returning to Aggborough for a third season.
Harriers made it two wins out of two with all of the new signings making their first appearances in a red shirt.
Exeter City winger Gareth Sheldon finally completed his move to Aggborough today, becoming the seventh new signing of the summer.
The deal between Lionel Newton and Barry Norgrove has finally been completed.
A young Harriers side kicked off the pre-season programme with a victory but had to come from behind to achieve it.
The reconstruction of the Harriers squad by Stuart Watkiss continues apace with the addition of former Grimsby Town midfielder Terry Fleming.
The Harriers squad continues to grow with the addition today of Lincoln City winger Michael Blackwood.
Veteran midfielder Martin O'Connor, once of Birmingham more recently at Shrewsbury will spend the next 12 months at Aggborough in a dual role.
Player of the Season Dean Keates today signed for League Two side Lincoln City after turning down the chance to stay at Aggborough.
Stuart Watkiss' Aggborough revolution has begun with the first three signings announced.
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